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Photo courtesy of MTSU News Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees met on Tuesday in the Student Union Ballroom to approve policy and academic program changes, approve committee reports and hear a report from MTSU President Sidney McPhee. The Board of Trustees is broken up into four standing committees. At each quarterly meeting, each …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor The City of Murfreesboro and MTSU announced a strategy Wednesday to combat campus-area crimes at apartment complexes near MTSU, according to a joint press release. The effort will include increased police presence and tools to help landlords repel crime. One such tool will be a possible emblem …

Photo and Video Courtesy of U.S. Army Golden Knights After I jumped or, more accurately, was nudged out of an airplane, I found that the phrase that I kept incessantly repeating to people when they asked was, “It was a crazy experience.” It was the first thing I could think to reply, but it was …

Photo Courtesy of Andy Heidt / MTSU News  MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee and retired Lt. Gen. Keith M. Huber took part in a tandem parachute jump Tuesday after being invited to participate by the Golden Knights, the United States Army’s precision parachute demonstration team, due to MTSU’s previous and ongoing commitment to veterans. At around …

Photos and Story by Robin Duff / Contributing Writer  The MTSU Panhellenic Council held its Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday. Local children were invited to MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee’s lawn to hunt eggs and play games hosted by MTSU sororities and fraternities. The egg hunt is part of Panhellenic’s community service program. Callee Bondurant, …

Photo courtesy of MTSU News  The Tennessee Board of Regents has approved Alan R. Thomas as MTSU’s vice president for business and finance, as announced by President Sidney A. McPhee on Tuesday. Thomas, who has served in an interim position since January, began working at MTSU in 1990 as associate vice president for business and …